Coursework

Master of Architecture/Master of Property

  • CRICOS Code: 105514A

Overview

Students undertake a sequence of intensive design studios culminating in a research thesis. In the studios, students cover architectural design in the context of the creative invention of architectural futures, integrating aesthetic, technological, programmatic, environmental and social issues in the production of buildings. Students can also take elective subjects in areas such as digital architecture, production, practice and sustainability, and society and culture. Your studies will also focus on five key knowledge areas of property: finance, economics, evaluation and investment, property management and law and planning, giving you a comprehensive oversight of the discipline and enabling a path towards generalised vocational work or specialisation. A unique aspect of the course is the ‘International Property Development’ subject, allowing students to experience markets and market players first-hand through case studies and interactions.

Explore the subjects you could choose as part of this degree in the University handbook.

Profile

Marissa Wong

“I want to start my own practice or join a practice, so being able to specialise in certain areas through studio selection and thesis work is valuable. The degree allows me to be in touch with relevant tools and practices which will give me a broader knowledge and awareness of global issues regarding the built environment as well as the development of design thinking and research skills.” Marissa Wong. Master of Architecture student.

Read the full profile

Sample course plan

View some sample course plans to help you select subjects that will meet the requirements for this degree.

Showing sample course plan:
0 options available

Explore this course

Explore the subjects you could choose as part of this degree.

Showing subjects for:
0 options available